Holy Jum’atul Wida observed

The Muslims across the country Friday observed the holy Jumatul Wida, the last Juma (Friday prayers) in the holy month of Ramadan, with religious fervour, A large number of devotees attended the Juma prayers at different mosques. Special munajats were also offered at all mosques in the country after Juma prayers, seeking divine blessings for […]

PM attends iftar at Senakunja

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday attended an iftar party hosted by the armed forces at Senakunja in the Dhaka Cantonment. A special munajat was offered before breaking the fast. Earlier, on her arrival at the venue, the premier was received by the Chief of Army Staff Gen M Abdul Mubeen, Chief of Naval Staff […]

This is 9 days long holidays

The holy Eid – Ul – Fitr holiday on the last Thursday after dupurera mahanagarite spread to the whole weekend with ameja. Fri and Saturday after the regular Sunday lailatula kadarera holiday weekend. The next day the office opened on Monday, one day after 3-day Eid holidays from Tuesday until Thursday, Fri – Sat Weekly […]

New textbook curriculum for Digital Bangladesh: Nahid

Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said the government has taken initiative to introduce new textbook curriculum for secondary and higher secondary levels to help build up a Digital Bangladesh and implement Vision 2021 with the help of modern and up-to-date education system based on science and technology.Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said the government has […]

Shab-e-Qadr tonight

Muslims across the country today (Saturday) will observe the holy Shab-e-Qadr or Lailatul Qadr, the night when the first verses of the holy Quran were revealed to the Greatest Prophet, Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), According to the Holy Quran, the night is better than 1,000 months as the angels and the spirit descend therein, by the […]

Nazrul’s 35th death anniversary observed

The 35th death anniversary of National Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam was observed across the country yesterday in a befitting manner. Popularly called rebel poet, Nazrul died on Bhadro 12 of Bangla calendar (August 29, 1976) at the age of 77. Various socio-cultural and political organisations organised elaborate programmes to honour and recall the memories of […]

18 dead in Algeria military school bombing: medic

Eighteen people were killed and dozens wounded late Friday in a suicide bombing at the Cherchell military academy west of Algiers, a hospital source said. Eight of those wounded in the attack, the first against the academy since a terror campaign started in the 1990s in Algeria,were in very serious condition, the French-language daily El […]

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Oxfam asks for more govt. action to control food price.

UK based charity organization Oxfam has made a report by talking to various people of United Kingdom, Palestine, Yemen, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Kenya and Bangladesh. Oxfam selected these countries because a significant numbers Muslims live in these countries. They found that Muslims are passing a hard Ramadan this year compared to last year, due to increased […]

MP’s anger over Grameen Phone.

Yesterday former industry minister Tofael Ahmed expressed his anger about the service of Grameen Phone at the national parliament. He said, line dropping while talking is common for Grameen Phone, we need to dial 3 to 4 times to complete a conversation. Many of his colleague’s experience are the same. He also complained to Grameen […]

Excavator seized

According to Bangladeshi law any one may own land, but he can’t do whatever he wants there. If mineral resource is found in his land, that is states property. Government will use that resource for the welfare of people. Similarly the environment law permits a man to own a hill but do not permit him […]

Indian enclave residents appeal for Bangladeshi citizenship. Part-II

Many of the residents have been compelled to change their identity to take government services. Many of their children studies schools outside the enclave with fake parent’s name, because many enclaves do not have any school. Now the Indian government feels comfort in negotiating with the present AL government in Bangladesh. Many enclave occupants are […]

Indian enclave residents appeal for Bangladeshi citizenship. Part-I

Enclaves of Bangladesh and India have been a peculiar problem. Separation of British colony, India in 1947 created two independent states India and Pakistan. At that time border demarcation was done so hurriedly and actual situation on the spot was not considered properly. 1947 border created enclaves. East Pakistan became independent Bangladesh in 1971, but […]

Bangladeshi branded tablet PC ‘Insperia’ hits market

Bangladeshi branded tablet PC Insperia is debuted  recently from a colorful ceremony at a hotel in the capital. USA based InfoTech Company “Software Web Tech, USA, LLC” and renowned Bangladeshi IT Company “Unimetion Networks” have jointly established a multinational IT company Insperia, and Insperia tablet PC is their product. Officials of the company informed various […]

Amnesty International thinks no country should supply arms to Bangladesh.

Amnesty International in its recent report suggested countries around the globe not to supply arms to Bangladeshi security forces, because it is used in human rights violation, especially in extra judicial killings. RAB (Rapid Action battalion) was criticized heavily in this report. It reveals that since inception of RAB in 2004, 700 people was killed […]